In my current narrative, I develop surface patterns that either intersect or follow the grain that naturally occurs in wood. As repetition and line markings are the foundation of my process; birch wood paired with acrylic ink naturally became the fundamental elements of my paintings. I am drawn to birch wood for its light tone and fine-grain as well as its ability to serve as both a painting surface and a structure.
Through painting, I investigate how to intertwine sensuality with strength using rudimentary components of form, line, and color. My artistic inspiration derives from the law of conservation of energy, memoir and urban landscape. I respond to and deconstruct my personal experiences with process oriented methodologies that transform into abstract vivid color systems.